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CrimeState forms new group to address officer-involved shootings

17:10  22 july  2019
17:10  22 july  2019 Source:   kare11.com

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The state of New Jersey's official Web site is the gateway to NJ information and services for residents, visitors, and businesses. New Jersey has one of the country’s farthest-reaching policies for responding to and investigating officer - involved shootings .

Each officer involved shooting encounter is unique. Once our investigative process is completed, we will post each incident on this site. When an officer becomes involved in an incident in which another person is seriously injured or killed, or where a death or serious injury occurs to a person in

Minnesota is taking a new approach to addressing deadly encounters with police officers.

Monday morning, Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington and Attorney General Keith Ellison will announce the formation of a 16-member working group that will discuss issues around officer-involved shootings.

According to the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, the group starts working this summer and will rely on public feedback through hearings, online submissions and witness testimony.

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The group ’s recommendation would make it state law that all officer - involved shootings be sent to the new unit. Deputy Attorney General Jeff Young told the group that his office would accept the responsibility as long as the Legislature provides the money to operate the unit.

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Harrington and AG Ellison will co-chair the group, which will hold a series of three meetings to discuss the following topics:

  • Prevention and Training; Officer Wellness and Community Healing
  • Policy and Legal Implications
  • Investigation, Oversight and Accountability

The formation of this group follows continued public outcry over nationwide officer-involved shootings, and high-profile cases in Minnesota involving the deaths of Jamar Clark, Philando Castile and Justine Ruszczyk Damond.

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